Schuessler Cell Salt Potassium Phosphate (Kali. Phos.)

The ultimate nerve tonic in the family of biochemic tissue salts is Kali Phos commonly known as Potassium Phosphate.

The tissue salt is a vital element of nerve and brain cells, muscles and blood cells and is indispensable to the formation of tissues. Potassium is vital for the nerves to function well and it is present along with albumen in the gray matter of the brain and a lack of this salt leads to  neurasthenic conditions such as  prostration, emotional irritability, insomnia, memory loss, vertigo, epilepsy, loss of mental vigor, menopausal mood swings, hysteria, depression, indigestion and  nervousness.

This great ‘nerve soother’ is specially suited to the young. Most parents have had to bear troublesome tantrums and hyperactivity in children. Kali Phos restores equilibrium and calm. Students or professionals suffering from nervous breakdowns, lack of concentration, tension headaches, or mental fatigue will also respond well to Kali Phos. This biochemic cell salt will benefit stress related problems such as nervous dyspepsia, sleeplessness or nervous exhaustion caused by trying to meet deadlines.

It soothes when the brain is unable to relax and rest because of over stimulation, anxiety, or overexertion. In conjunction with the biochemic salt Mag Phos it helps treat shingles and nervous asthma.

Kali Phos slows down and stops the decay of tissues and hence is invaluable as an antiseptic. Some biochemic remedies’ practitioners recommend it for gangrenous and ulcerous conditions and for suspected malignant growths. It is curative in eczema, gastric ulcer, typhoid, septic hemorrhages, diarrhea, and dysentery. It restores muscular strength post acute illnesses.

A deficiency of this brain and nerve cell nutrient is physically manifested in a grayish complexion and an unpleasant body smell. The tongue is coated with dark yellow and the least physical work causes the patient to break out in profuse sweating. Stress, clamor, mental or physical effort, and cold conditions exacerbate the symptoms and conversely mild movements, rest, and warmth provide relief.




Author: R.Graeber
Alternative Practitioner and
Health Educationalist (SKA)


Member of the Association of German Alternative Practioners


Member of the German Association of Nutrition